time in
 n.— «He admits his proposal to give the child “time in” rather than “time out” requires great control and understanding on the part of parents.» —“It’s time out for time outs, psychologist says” by Trish Crawford Toronto Star (Can.) July 27, 1998. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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